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Forest ranger in Khabarovsk Territory faces a deadline for distribution of plots for felling

Forest ranger in Khabarovsk Territory faces a deadline for distribution of plots for felling
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The forester of the Avan district forestry in the Khabarovsk Territory is suspected of illegal allocation of land to a commercial company. In addition, according to investigators, he turned a blind eye to the overestimated volumes of actually cut down forest.

Avan forestry works in Bikinsky and Vyazemsky districts. According to the press service of the regional SU SK, the 44-year-old forester by his actions caused significant damage to the state. Now he is suspected of abuse of power. During the investigation, he was sent to a pre-trial detention center, the investigation of the case continues.

Last year, for a similar crime, the former head of forestry agencies of Buryatia. He gave out land for subsurface use for clear-cutting on the shore of Lake Baikal.

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